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KOHLER® diesel generator are built to power any application including hospitals, gas stations, data centers, airports and more. And with our new line of KD Series generators, we offer massive power options up to 4 MW.
From light commercial to heavy industrial, KOHLER® gaseous generators from 25 to 450 kW are customized to your specs and available EPA-certified. Large gaseous models from 500 to 1000 kW are designed to work specifically for standby, prime or continuous applications – whatever you need.
Quiet, reliable KOHLER® mobile generators give you dependable gaseous and diesel power, from remote construction sites to public events to storm recovery. They’re built to withstand the elements and run for long hours in prime and standby applications.
Automatic Transfer Switch
KOHLER® transfer switches bridge the gap between loss of utility and standby power. Featuring Kohler designed and built MPAC® controllers, they're factory-tested to ensure transfer of power from the utility to the generator and back again.
Everybody knows the money stops as soon as your generator does. That’s why for the last 100 years, we’ve built some of the best commercial generators on water. Every weld, wire and circuit is a badge of honor. If our craftsmen have touched it, it is good and true. And if our name is on it, it’s going to work. From handcrafted alternators to hand-built controllers, we take pride in building power systems you can depend on.
Pleasure Craft Generators
At Kohler, we believe every generator we make—every weld, wire and circuit—is a testament to our quality. That’s why our latest marine gensets are smaller and quieter with less vibration than ever before. We design and build these machines to exceed certified class society standards. The result: the most advanced, most reliable generators we’ve ever made
A standby home generator keeps your power on during an outage. It’s installed outside your house (like an AC unit) and comes on automatically — whether you’re home or away. All within seconds of a power outage.
Plus home generators run on propane or natural gas, so there’s no refueling.